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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 20, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta mim$mmmm m lift June Sale of Undermuslins Begins To-day Undergarments are offered at a remarkable saving at the Quality Store. Ladies' Night Gowns, $1.65 Made of flue quftlity white Cambric, trimmed with embroidery and lace insertion, lace around yoke and sImtsi, full aize. Worth t2.00, Special 11.65 $1.25 for Gowns worth $1.50 Gk)od quality white cotton gownt, trimmed with embroider)' insertion and tttcks. Yoke effect, Special price 11.25 75c. for Gowns worth $1.00 Ladies' ntghtgon'qs, trimmed with lace around neck and slaevea, tucked yoke, fall size. Special 75c. Ladies' Corset Covers $1.25 Handsome undergarments, trimmed with three rows of lace insertion and finished with lace and baby ribbon. All sizes, worth 11.50, special $1.25 95c. for Corset Covers worth $1.25 Made of tine white cambric and trimmed with fine laoe and insertion. Special 95c. Exclusive Dress Muslins. Hundreds of yards of these summer muslins-cotton, and silk and cotton mixed Styles' and colorings the most effective and pleasing; that we have ever shown. Three special lines at 20c., 25c., and 40c. See our windows. Dainty Summer Blouses. New and becoming styles in ladies' fine lawn and mull blouses, all trimmed with fine embroideries, laces, etc. The very latest creations are to be found in our ladit^s' ready-to-wear department at moderate prices. Blouses at $1.50 to 94 50 $3.25 for Underskirts worth $4.00 An extra fine garment, made of good quality white lawn, trimmed with two rows of deep lace insertion and hemstitched tucks, finished with heavy lace around bottom, 22in, flounce. Special |3.25 $1.85 for Onderskirts worth $2.25 Made of fine white cambric, ISin. lawn flounce, trimmed with one row of 'heavy lace insertion and tucks, finished with heavy, lace around bottom. All lengths, special 11.85 95c. for Underskirts worth $1.25 Good qtiality ,\Vhite Cotton underskirts finished with 6 inch embroidery and tucks. Special 95c. $1.00 for Ladies' Drawers worth $1.25 A very fine cambric garment with muslin frill trimnieil with fine lace and lace insertion. Special 1.00 75c for Ladies' Drawers worth 1.00 Made of good quality white cambric, deep embroidery frill and tucked Special 1.00 SOLE AGENTS FOR BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS How to Make Money Buy $50 Land for $15 '"-'�'..........--------------------f-^--'"'-"^.............-.........-^^-^^^i-- You can do it. I can sell it to you! 100,000 acres to select from, if you buy from me. I have some snaps in town property. A sure way to make money BUY NHBI LOW. SEU iWHEN HIGII W. R. DOBBIN Dealer ill Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties Room 1. Southard Block, � Phone 122 LETHBSRIDGE, ALTA, Mr. and Mra. Fred Kenny have re-lufwd from f^irlhotwymaion. 'Frn�h milk cow wanted, only a� 'ieJrtra t^oad one wHl bo conaWerod. W; H. Fnlrflekl, Siipt. 'iCtpcrimontal Farm. OwUiK to the fact thai 80 many cnntractors aro winhing to ieiKier for the construction of the now Knox Church, tho time ho�� boen cxtondofi to enable oil to use the plans and sjjAcifica'tiana. Re "Tax-Payer" To the EtIHor. of lietilibridge Herald: Sir.-It is neither in kcpii>g witli my principles nor my practice to takt; any notice of individuals who rush into print under an "anonymous ; and make an attack upon mi^'sclf. Nor would' i depart, from this principle at the proscnt time to make a paosing referoncc to the frothy elTer-vescences oS "Taxpayer" in ihe News of the 7ih an�l 17th in.stances. ei-e it not for the fact that "'1>bx-.yer" in his eagerness to misrcpne-sent me, at the same time uttered a foul slander against the Liethbridge Board of Tratlc and made a base and untruthful insinuation that I was influencing the policy of your pa|)er. I wisih to say, sir, that in so far as the matter of publicity is concerned that my attitude and conduct in tliat regard is well known to all the members of tiie Board of Trade and ilr. Taxpayer . has designedly misrcpre -(iented the same. Mr. Conyheai-e, the pitssiiitent of the Board of Trade, asked rae to take the chairmanship of the publicity committee of the Hoard of Trade, ( unwillingly accepted as I Ijelioved that I had little time to give to such an importont matter. Mr. Conybtaro had alivady sugge.-rtcd that an ello.'t be made to .gi?t a first class man for Secretary of the Board of Trade, and that the salary of the secrotarj' be increased so that ho could reasonably give a gooayer" inmnuotes that 1 have a jiorsonal interest to ssrye in this mjii'tter lie is a txisp Blandcror. When Mr, Taxpayer intimates that I packed either the Board of Tra.lo meeting at any 'time, or any Ijiliornl convention, he is a liar of the meanest and iMinesl ty|>o.. When lie says I nppoarwl on the scene with a little clique and enough others to outvote the small handful of nioiY! roprosen -tative niemtw'rs who wera preiscnt he lies ai�d he docs .so maliciously. 1 did not ask any one to attend the J'Uoard of Trade mi.t, then are you that gentj|einan'�i' Fridoy-his running mato^ije who furni.shes the fetid hot air to float the spiteful and venomous mis-noprescntations of your poTd.- Are '^he dollar-a-yard- marlaed-down-to-fllJ'i cents bargain-counter-wind-pudding who represents himiscif ns possessed of such un'paral-Icd power and unueual facilties of conducting a publicity campaign for the city? Or are you willing to �c-main jus't anonymous "Ta.xpayer" ami bark and bite at ti�c heels of ras{>ectible citizens as curs are wont to do. Now Mr. Editor since anon-mous "Taxpayer" has called your paper "Mr. Simmons organ" allow mo 4o say 'what you so well knew: that I have never at any time, nor in any place tri'Wl to influence the course your pai'wr should assume on nnj-' matter, cither pfibHc or private. 1 plead guilty to tSe fact that I subscribed and paid for a smairamount of stock to' enable tho founder if your-paper,to esliaiblish a good wt-ekly journal in Ijothbridge. I regret to say that 1 was not able fm-anciully to do'more in that line. Allow me to say, however, Mr. I-Xiitor, that to mention the^ name . of the founder of your paper in con- amateur players. A LOCALjHJDGET. Percy Ashe and wife of Couttsspent some days in the city this week. Totri Bgan the relpa.sed shorLstop, left on Tuesday morning for Pillcn Mont. Mrs. Gray ami daughter of Ot -tawa. Out., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gray. Fourteen j-ear-old girl will accept position as light help, .\pply to Bex A., Ik-rnld omce. White the new player signed by the Lethbridge mianngement battct for Jie attraction of good fast baseball. The tact that the players are professionals docs not make the game more attractive, but the fieople know that tliere is good hall and lots of it, such as couV* ndt be maintaineropur I and, unfitting ,,as to cooiparc fine gold �with the slH of the sewer, or a beautiful work of art with a piece of ' i5 gutlcrsniiV) scenery. Yours truly, W. V. SIMMONS. We are gla good haul as we nre promised a good�f�id when they return. Mrs. T. Wal.>�h wns a callpr nt .Mr. George Walsh f.n Sunday.' Mr. I). .1. and W. C. Davis are going to the city on business. Mr. Ben Tuibot's father is here to sec Sunny Ai^oita and he is so well pleased with tho country tliat ho hns'liought n whole section cf laatl. Mrs. Geo, Walsh has gone on a *isit to her mother in Wnshingtoa, We wisli her a pleasant trip. The Compaay*� Windingii Oriiautc*. 1903. IN THK MATTER OF THE PR VINCIAL LUMBER CO., LTD. Mrs. .). Fred Ham'ilton will . receive on Friday, .lune 21 �t and thei-e Itfter on the fourth Thursday of each month. NOTICE is hereby given that ,a creditors of the Provincial Lutivlx| Cotnfinny Lintited (sometimes know-as The Provincial Lumber ami Mami facturing Company Limited) 1wn others having claims upon ihe iuiii Company are required to' send ii| their claims to the undersig^i a Liquidator of tho said Companij'j' o\ to L. St. Johnstone, his advocate^ ii or before the 20th day of August 1907, after which date tie Lii|Uit